Meghan Markle wears a Cartier Juste un Clou necklace at the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games

The Invictus Games marked the first public appearance for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in some time. And as well as the attention and support the royal couple gave to one of their main philanthropic activities, the event was also an opportunity for the Duchess of Sussex to dress up for an audience. And she got dressed, with matching jewelry.

For her speech at the opening ceremony on Saturday evening, she chose to wear an iconic Cartier Just A Nail necklace (a piece originally designed by Aldo Cipullo for the jewelry house, as was the Cartier Love bracelet). She paired the gold necklace with her nail-inspired shape with a Khaite bodysuit, simple black pants and Manolo Blahnik polka dot shoes. Her hair was pulled back for the occasion, to emphasize both the scoop neckline of the bodysuit and her choice of jewelry.

Markle also wore a Cartier Love bracelet throughout the weekend. And, as is usually the case with the Duchess of Sussex, her jewelry choices were layered and carefully chosen to reflect sentimentality.

She often wears pieces that once belonged to her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana, and this year’s Invictus Games were no exception. This time around, the Duchess of Sussex was spotted wearing the gold Cartier Tank Americaine watch that allegedly belonged to Diana. At a reception before the start of the Games, she paired the gold watch with a white pantsuit and a pair of diamond earrings, which appear to be the Cartier Galanterie de Cartier earrings that she wore for her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry.

See more of the Duchess of Sussex’s outfits from the weekend, here.

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